$120,000 HUMVEE (Twin M2 machine guns and ammo included)

Steve Johnson
by Steve Johnson

Gunbroker is running an auction for a ’85 HUMVEE with twin mounted M2 .50 BMG machine guns and 10,000 rounds of surplus ammo. The “Buy Now” is $120,000.

85 truck with 12,000+ actual miles, up-armored, two Ramo M2 .50 cal. machineguns on Form 4’s in Ky., and 10,000 rounds US surplus ammo. Everything in excellent condition. Please, serious inquires only. Email for further info. Thanks for looking.

Anyone know what the going rate for a M2 is? Traction Control, any ideas?

The auction is here.

Hat Tip: Хроники безумного Макса

Steve Johnson
Steve Johnson

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  • V.I.P. V.I.P. on May 23, 2009

    hey, guys, they also put the M2 on World War 2 and Korean War aircraft such as B-17, F-80, F-86, and P-51.

    the German counterpart is called the MG-131. It is a WW2 anti-aircraft and the russian counterparts are DShK, NSV, and the Kord. The Kord is new and it replacing the NSV in 1998.

    The caliber of the M2 is 0.50 x 99mm and the caliber for the Kord is 0.50 x 108mm.

    The Kord is better than the M2 in my opinion.

    visit http://world.guns.ru/machin... to see a picture of a kord and go to http://www.freewebs.com/his... see a picture of a M2. I am sorry if the websites do not work.

  • Tony Tony on May 23, 2009

    "The caliber of the M2 is 0.50 x 99mm and the caliber for the Kord is 0.50 x 108mm."

    [i]No, it most certainly isn't. Those 0.50's are in inches and not in millimeters! The correct calibers in metric form are 12.7x99mm and 12.7x108mm.[/i]